Ben Bernanke starts blogging and stocks start jumping. COINCIDENCE???
— Matt O'Brien (@ObsoleteDogma) March 30, 2015
You haven't really joined the economics blogosphere until Scott Sumner accuses you of "reasoning from a price change."
— Joseph Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) March 30, 2015
Reminder: The much greater mystery is why people don't go on shooting sprees or crash planes on purpose ALL THE TIME.
— Will Wilkinson (@willwilkinson) March 27, 2015
Auch die Fähigkeit, Depressionen zu diagnostizieren, hat sich seit heute sprunghaft weiterentwickelt. Der rasende Fortschritt.
— f.luebberding (@luebberding) March 26, 2015
I'm old enough to remember Meerkat
— Mark Dow (@mark_dow) March 26, 2015
so wie es in Deutschland 80 Mio Bundestrainer gibt gibt es auch 80 Mio Zentralbanker
— Mark Schieritz (@schieritz) March 26, 2015
"A lie is a poor substitute for the truth, but the only one known to date" — Ambrose Bierce
— TheBrowser (@TheBrowser) March 24, 2015
You can’t blame them for the exodus. In tech, there are no regulations and everything you invest in is automatically worth $9 billion.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) March 24, 2015
Unfortunately, "don't judge people" doesn't work very well when they're the idiots voting for the crooks stealing your grandkids futures.
— umair (@umairh) March 22, 2015
There's no point in talking about politics when someone can wreck the economy and go up 40 approval points. The problem isn't them: it's us.
— umair (@umairh) March 22, 2015
— Angela Merkel (@Queen_Europe) March 20, 2015
"You planning on staying?" pic.twitter.com/lB8yWIb2sb
— Peter Spiegel (@SpiegelPeter) March 19, 2015
Q: Chair Yellen will you give us more definitive guidance? A: No. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
— Shane (@shaneferro) March 18, 2015
— f.luebberding (@luebberding) March 18, 2015
— Christian Odendahl (@COdendahl) March 18, 2015
Den Mittelfinger würde ich dagegen unter Aufmerksamkeitsökonomie und Komplexitätsreduktion für ökonomische Laien abbuchen. #Jauch
— f.luebberding (@luebberding) March 15, 2015
Are Tesla going to announce a watch too?
— Lorcan Roche Kelly (@LorcanRK) March 15, 2015
FYI Vladimir isn't dead, he's just busy laughing at the Yanis photoshoot.
— Angela Merkel (@Queen_Europe) March 13, 2015
— Florida Man (@_FloridaMan) March 13, 2015
US has same pre-tax income inequality as Sweden, as measured by Gini. Taxes/transfers –> divergence. pic.twitter.com/wBhg8NW1mV
— Susan Dynarski (@dynarski) March 10, 2015
You had me at "revise and resubmit."
— Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) March 7, 2015
CASH RULES EVERYTHING AROUND ME EXCEPT WHEN OTHER ASSETS PROVIDE HIGHER RISK ADJUSTED YIELDS CONTROLLING FOR LIQUIDITY PREFERENCES B
— Wu-Tang Financial (@Wu_Tang_Finance) March 7, 2015
We don't win the wars that rage in our hearts. We make peace with our mistakes, by surrendering to the people we were meant to become.
— umair (@umairh) March 6, 2015
— Jon Worth (@jonworth) March 5, 2015
Basic monetary policy lecture on #Greece by Draghi. (result of low-quality questions)
— Yannis Koutsomitis (@YanniKouts) March 5, 2015
Survey: 86% of Chinese filmgoers assume ‘50 Shades of Grey’ is a banned documentary about pollution pic.twitter.com/niQ1g57RyO
— China Daily Show (@chinadailyshow) March 5, 2015
Freedom without love is senseless. Love without freedom is meaningless. Freedom through love, and love in freedom, is happiness.
— umair (@umairh) March 3, 2015
I suspect disentangling the impacts of ECB QE & lower oil will a contentious task for economists & economic historians in the future.
— Duncan Weldon (@DuncanWeldon) March 3, 2015
Explaining his diet of coke & ice cream, Warren Buffett said “I checked the actuarial tables, & the lowest death rate is among 6-year-olds."
— Robert Peston (@Peston) March 3, 2015